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  • Blog Post: Showing Off Overwatch's New Progression System

    With the new patch today, Overwatch's closed beta gets a new game mode, tons of balance changes and fixes , and a brand new progression system with loot boxes. The progression system makes a lot of sense since Overwatch is a traditional retail title and it seems fairly easy to get gobs of cosmetic... More
  • Blog Post: Taking The Challengers Of Street Fighter V For A Spin

    Street Fighter V, the latest entry in the fabled fighting franchise, hits next week. Our copy just came in, so we decided to check out the characters that are new to the franchise, and look at how some of the returning fighters have changed. Join Dan Tack and myself as we face off over the course of... More
  • Blog Post: We Break Down The Highs And Lows Of Firewatch

    Campo Santo's new game Firewatch released on PlayStation 4 and PC today, letting players experience life as a seasonal park-service employee in Wyoming. There's more to the game than that description, as we highlight in our latest episode of Test Chamber. Check it out and see Henry and Delilah's... More
  • Blog Post: Watch The Life And Many Deaths Of Unravel's Yarny

    Move over, woolly Yoshi – ever since his E3 debut, players have been pining over Unravel's crimson-stringed protagonist. But is the adorable yet vaguely demonic-looking Yarny worth your time? Find out in this comprehensive episode of Test Chamber. Kyle, Reiner, and I put Yarny through his paces... More
  • Blog Post: Gravity Rush Remastered Reminds Us Why The Sequel Has Great Potential

    Gravity Rush, the Vita launch title about a gravity-manipulating amnesiac, is made its way to PlayStation 4 today with a new coat of paint. Along with taking a look at the upgraded version of game, we also discuss the game's minor legacy. Gravity Rush was a Vita launch title, and at least until now... More
  • Blog Post: Watch Our Sarah Connor Fight XCOM 2's Lethal Aliens

    XCOM 2 isn't for the faint of heart. Firaxis epic strategy game throws players into a world ruled by an oppressive alien order and then asks them to topple the system. See who lives and who dies in our early look at XCOM 2's campaign. Join Ben Reeves and Dan Tack as they try to work together... More
  • Blog Post: Why There's More To The Witness Than Drawing Lines

    The puzzles in The Witness are based on the simple idea of tracing a path from one point to another. So what's so challenging about that? You might be surprised. Join me and Jeff Cork as we play an early chunk of the game, solving the initial puzzles and exploring the ways The Witness layers on complexity... More
  • Blog Post: Watch Us Unlock Surprising Characters In Lego Marvel Avengers

    Lego Marvel Avengers roster is enormous, offering well-known heroes like Iron Man and Captain America alongside characters that even Game Informer's biggest comic fans weren't familiar with. We dive into the game's open world to show off the fastest way to expand the number of characters... More
  • Blog Post: An Early Look At Dying Light's The Following Expansion

    With its enjoyable parkour mechanics and fun combat, Techland's Dying Light was one of the most pleasant surprises of 2015. As we approach the first anniversary of the original game's release, Techland is readying a major expansion, The Following. Join Reiner, Tim, and myself as we complete an... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Bursting Zombie Heads In Resident Evil 0 HD's New Wesker Mode

    Hardened survivors who manage their way through Rebecca and Billy's ordeal in Resident Evil 0 HD Remaster unlock a fun new treat. Capcom included Wesker Mode as an unlockable in the new Resident Evil 0 HD Remaster ( read our review ), an updated digital download of the 2002 GameCube prequel polished... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – We Play John Romero's Surprising New Doom Level

    After a 21-year hiatus, John Romero has crafted a new level for the original Doom. Join us at we try it out. Andrew Reiner and I play through the first few sections of Romero's new map, Tech Gone Bad, which serves as a replacement for the finale of episode one. Despite still being limited by the... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – We Take Back Madison Square Garden In The Division

    Since The Division was first announced nearly three years ago, Tom Clancy and shooter fans alike have been eagerly awaiting to experience its version of post-apocalyptic New York City. With the release date approaching, and hype ramping up, Matthew Bertz and I take a look at one of the early missions... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Learn How The Paper Mario Universe Got Jammed Into The Mario & Luigi Universe

    The Mario & Luigi and Paper Mario universes share a lot in common: They're both RPGs, both humorous, and star Nintendo's iconic plumbers. These two franchise are now overlapping in the latest entry in the series, and we played through the game's first 10 minutes to see exactly how that... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – The Banner Saga Is Still Amazing On Consoles

    Nearly two years ago a group of ex-BioWare developers under the name Stoic released a gorgeous fantasy Viking-themed strategy game called The Banner Saga. The game looked great. Thankfully, it was also a lot of fun and had a great story. Now console players can find out what the hype was all about. Join... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Star Wars Pinball: The Force Awakens

    Despite the massive success of Star Wars: The Force Awakens , there haven't been many video game experiences focused on the film. There is Disney Infinity 3.0's Force Awakens pack, and then this: two Force Awakens -themed pinball tables for Pinball FX 2 and Zen Pinball 2. Join Andrew Reiner,... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Visiting The Ouya Graveyard

    The Ouya experienced massive success on Kickstarter during the course of its campaign. With promises of being open for developers and modders, free demos for all games, and a lower price tag than any other console, the Ouya raised over $8.5 million thanks to a group of more than 63,000 backers. The enthusiasm... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Harmonix's Amplitude Revival

    It's the start of a whole new year of Test Chambers here at Game Informer, and to kick things off we're looking at one of the year's first releases: Amplitude . Harmonix has revived the music-rhythm formula that they invented with the games Frequency and Amplitude on the PlayStation 2 for... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Batman: Arkham Knight's Season Of Infamy DLC

    Croc, Ra's al Ghul, Mad Hatter, and Mr. Freeze return to Gotham for Arkham Knight's latest DLC, and we decided to give it a look. Unlike the previous Batgirl-lead A Matter Of Family DLC, Season of Infamy injects itself right into the main campaign, opening up a new collection of missions in new... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – The Force Awakens In Disney Infinity 3.0

    If you're reading this, we're hoping you've already seen Star Wars: The Force Awakens in theaters. Disney Infinity 3.0's play set, which also released today, is a retelling of the film's story – a dirty and poorly constructed version of it. Don't have this story spoiled... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Cloud Strife's Grand Super Smash Bros. Debut

    With yesterday's final Nintendo Direct dedicated to Super Smash Bros. , we learned not only that Bayonetta and Corrin from Fire Emblem will be joining the roster but that Cloud Strife is now available to download. I'm joined by Kyle Hilliard in this Test Chamber as we test out the troubled youth's... More
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